Mehitabel Braybrooke was one of the most fascinating and infamous women from the early colonial period, yet no one has ever told her story…until now. Mehitabel was born in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1652 to a prosperous landowner but her birth mother was his indentured servant. She is well known in colonial history as an arsonist, a drunk and as an accused witch during the Salem witchcraft hysteria of 1692.
In the Shadow of Salem: The Redemption of Mehitabel Braybrooke was released in June 2018 by Heritage Beacon, an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. This novel can be purchased on Amazon and is available in paper and ebook editions. Please follow this website to discover fascinating details of life as a Puritan, the Salem Witchcraft Hysteria and the lovely town of Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Gordon Harris, the Ipswich Massachusett’s town historian, gave the novel a five-star review.
Please follow this link to purchase a copy of In the Shadow of Salem.